PRINCIPLES OF GOOD GOVERNANCE
Good governance is open to interpretation based on six or eight core principles widely accepted. The six principles are; Participation, Decency, Transparency, Accountability, Fairness, and Efficiency (Agere, 2000; Financial mechanism, 2004-2009; United Nation, 2008; World Bank, 2006).
Other organisations view these principles as eight. An addition of consensus oriented and responsive as outlined on the below figure.
Figure 1: characteristics of good governance[pic]
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